All That Is Visible and Invisible in the Nicene Creed - Anglicans In The Wilderness Community Blog
This is an interesting argument, and worthwhile as we prepare to hear Bible readings, sermons and words of worship this weekend.
While the Christian faith in no way denies that insights into God can be discovered by human thought and investigation, the truth of God in Christ relies on revealed truth. The Good News of Christ is what God chose to disclose in Jesus and spread through the world by apostles ("God-sent" witnesses) preaching the inspired ("God-breathed") Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments.
The linked article notes a shift of language in the contemporary version of the Nicene Creed in the 1979 Book of Common Prayer. The traditional description of God's creation containing things "visible and invisible" changes to "things seen and unseen." While "invisible" means "not available to our inspection unless revealed by God," "unseen" suggests that we can have a look with a bit of our own effort. The difference between "There is an angel in this room" and "Now where did I leave my cell phone?"
Have a look and see what you think. He also links to discussions of other words from the Creed, and how changed words can change the entire message. A good way to prepare heart and mind for Sunday.